A 50 tonne crane was engaged to perform the lift.
This is the final addition to the ‘hybrid’ power system which includes
30kW of photovoltaic solar power. The ‘hybrid’ system is expected to generate, on
average, 150kW hours/day for the sustainability centre. Johnathan Davis Senior Engineer at Hybrid Power Systems said ‘We are proud to partner
with The Flannery Centre in this project which is the first of it’s scale
in a commercial application in the Central West’
The Centre will have access to data recorded on the operation of the system which will provide a real-time platform for students of the centre and it showcases the
benefit of a hybrid system in which the components complement each other
to maximise output’. Staff at Hybrid Power Systems have a combined experience in the
electrical industry of over 100 years and are able to design and install renewable
generation systems for both residential and commercial premises. For
further information contact Hybrid Power Systems on 63617567.
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